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12-31-2007 @ 2:12AM
I would agree that it's ultimately up to the RPers to police the community, though to also avoid the "RP Nazi" trap. There are several RP community sites, though many (like Feathermoon.net or thoriumbrotherhood.net) are server-specific. Alternately, there are sites like Albatrosbits.com, or DramatisPersonae.com that are for all kinds of WoW RPers. I've had some trouble signing up at the latter though.You also mentioned the idea of RP journals. I've actually written a fairly extensive one, taking the form of a first-person travelogue written by a Forsaken mage. You can find it here:http://destron.blogspot.com/2007/10/introduction.htmlTake a look, and tell me what you think!
12-31-2007 @ 3:09AM
Best I've seen of its sort. Never understood the urge to do fanfic instead of create from raw cloth, but this is good stuff from the little I sampled. The sometimes purple tinge (noisesome?) fits the character well enough which is always a good trick.Thanks for linking it.
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